This is the hamster cage that used to belong to Tracy, may she rest in peace.


In the space of one month the cage has housed a wild bird and a snake that was loitering in our garden.

If I throw out the cage, will he cease collecting urban wildlife? Or will I just come home to find a raccoon in the bathroom and a squirrel in my bed?

City life is not what I expected.


Filed under children, New York City, pets, Uncategorized

2 responses to “Cagey

  1. Tina

    I once came home to a mad bullfrog who had escaped the bathtub and was leaping through the whole of the house to avoid capture, peeing all the way.

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